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Perth, Western Australia
|Population||9,888 (2011 census)|
|• Density||2,670/km2 (6,920/sq mi)|
|Area||3.7 km2 (1.4 sq mi)|
|Location||10 km (6 mi) N of Perth CBD|
|LGA(s)||City of Stirling|
The suburb is less than 10 km (6.2 mi) away from the Perth central business district and is approximately 11 km (6.8 mi) from Trigg beach. Previously known as a lower income area, Nollamara has gone through a period of gentrification over the past decade that continues on to this day. Older homes are being replaced with new townhomes and there has been a surge in young families and professionals populating the suburb. The area is characterized by extensive trees, parks and recreational facilities. The newly renovated Des Penman Reserve is a good example of this as it includes tennis, soccer, lawn-bowls, playground, shaded lunch areas and BBQ facilities. Parts of Nollamara are elevated, providing views of surrounding neighborhoods.
Nollamara borders prominent areas such as Yokine and Dianella that are host to multimillion-dollar homes. A newly developed Flinders Street and Wanneroo Road provide easy access to Leederville, Subiaco, Northbridge and the Perth CBD.
The suburb is served by a number of Transperth bus routes operated by Swan Transit and Path Transit. The 354 (Mirrabooka-Yokine) covers Nollamara Shopping Centre and Flinders Street. The 384 (Mirrabooka-Perth) covers the Nollamara Shopping Centre and Wanneroo Road. The 370 and 970 (Mirrabooka-Perth) covers Flinders Street and inner portions of the suburb, the 389 (Wanneroo-Perth) and the 385/386 (Marangaroo-Perth) covers Wanneroo Road south to Perth, the 371 (Warwick-Mirrabooka) and 415 (Stirling-Mirrabooka) covers Ravenswood Drive in the north.
- Australian Bureau of Statistics (31 October 2012). "State Suburbs: Nollamara". 2011 Census QuickStats. Retrieved 4 July 2012.
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